Grant is a partner with the Metier Law Firm, with offices in Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska, Washington and Oregon, including Law Tigers operations in all five states. Grant’s practice is focused on serious trucking, motorcycle and auto crashes, oilfield drilling and pipeline accidents, industrial accidents, unsafe premises conditions, and numerous other catastrophic personal injury cases and wrongful death tragedies throughout the western U.S.
He has practiced throughout the country and taken numerous cases to trial, including a recent $2.1 Million dollar verdict for the wrongful death of a motorcyclist in a conservative Wyoming venue. Grant is the current President of the Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association, the Chair of the Motor Vehicle Collision and Premises Liability Section for the American Associate for Justice (AAJ).
Grant grew up in the Rocky Mountains, learning to love and cherish the outdoors. Grant currently lives in Wyoming with his wife Jamie, their two sons and two dogs.
Prior to law school, Grant worked as a wild-land firefighter, traveling the western United States on a hotshot crew fighting major forest fires. After graduating from law school in 2007, Grant went to work with the legendary Gerry Spence and his law firm until starting his own practice in 2017. Grant furthered his trial skills by graduating from the Trial Lawyer’s College in 2010 which is located on the beautiful Thunderhead Ranch outside of Dubois, Wyoming. He has served on the Faculty for the Trial Lawyers College since 2016 and teaches trial skills to some of the brightest minds and greatest lawyers in all of America.
Outside of the law, Grant coaches his son’s traveling soccer team, is an avid golfer, fly fisherman, mountain biker, snowboarder, and outdoorsman.